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Meet The Maker, How Independent Designers Are Disruptive

A good post on makers and guys working in a garage.

http://www.solidsmack.com/culture/meet-the-maker-how-independent-designers-are-disrupting-the-manufacturing-status-quo/

Considering the numbers of people I run into and the numbers of people who have basically been removed from working in an  corporate environment that emphasizes playing in a bureaucracy over actual creativity and innovation, a company should be watching their stuff very carefully.

Business Operation

Starting fresh.

Seven months is a long time. That’s how long it’s been since the last time I posted on this blog. How did that happen?

I know why, of course. 509 more words

Making Stuff

The Adam Savage Cave

Adam Savage calls his shop, his cave. Here’s a tour.

His lathe.

Sorting his hardware.

Sortimo is made for ambulances and other vehicles for sorting supplies in them.  228 more words

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How A Katana Is Made Traditionally

Taking bad iron and making good steel.

Another one.

And another one.

Begin Japanology has a video.

History

How Not To Kill An Arduino, Let's Build Resource

A good guide on how NOT  to make your Arduino lose all it’s magic smoke and give you that burned electronics smell.

http://softsolder.com/2013/06/15/arduino-survival-guide-workbench-edition/

2015 edition. 40 more words

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Traditional sake brewing has never looked this cool 【Video】

We’ve written a lot about nihonshu, also known as sake, here at RocketNews24, but it’s not (just) because we love all things alcoholic. Nihonshu… 452 more words

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jccarlton reblogged this on The Arts Mechanical and commented:

Brewing Sake, the old fashioned way.